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Social Entrepreneur
Can Meta be a Force for Good? An Interview with Emily Dalton Smith

Social Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 31:44


Is it possible for the company formerly known as Facebook to be a force for good? There are some bright spots.  NOTE: For a full transcript of the conversation, go to https://tonyloyd.com/emily-dalton-smith If you want to hear bad news about Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, you don't have to look far. And, there's plenty of bad news to find. If you're interested in reading more about that, just Google the phrase Facebook Papers. But, for me, there's a more interesting question. Can Meta be a force for good? Is it possible? As you know, here at Social Entrepreneur, our motto is “We tell positive stories from underrepresented voices, focused on solutions.” I admire models such as Solutions Journalism, where journalists ask the question, “Who does it better?” And I love appreciative inquiry, where leaders take a strengths-based approach. I would also recommend Switch: How to Change Things When Change Is Hard by Chip and Dan Heath. The point of all of these approaches is, look for the bright spots. Look for what is working and spread that around. If you know my story, you know that I was a corporate executive. I was bothered by big questions that drove me to leave my career and learn about social entrepreneurs. Social entrepreneurs use the power of business to do social good. I believe, if we are going to save humanity, we cannot depend on government agencies and nonprofits to do the work required. Their work is necessary but insufficient. Every business must look at its impact, both positive and negative. We must find the positive effects of our companies and amplify that. Let me be clear. To make the kind of impact needed, companies cannot work around the edges. If ExxonMobil plops a solar panel on top of their headquarters, they cannot declare victory and go home. We have to rethink our business models fundamentally. And positive change requires third-party verification. That's why I'm such a fan of certified B Corporations. In today's interview, Emily Dalton Smith, Vice President of Product Management at Meta, describes how Meta is creating a positive social impact. She talks about Crisis Response, Charitable Giving, Community Help, Health, Mentorship, COVID-19 Information Center, and the Voting Information Center. 

The Product Podcast
Achieving Clarity & Focus Through Product Strategy by Nike Sr PM

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 14:33


A strong strategy can really make a huge difference in your end game. If you align your team, stakeholders, and partners up with your vision, you will truly be set up for success. Jason Mueller, Senior Product Manager at Nike, is here to show us what a powerful product strategy can do for you, your product, and your business. This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here

The Snapshot
Snapshot #170: A New Way To Schedule Home Showings

The Snapshot

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 31:19


On this week's episode of The Snapshot, we chat with Homesnap's Co-Founder and SVP of Product Strategy, Guy Wolcott as well as Homesnap's Director of Product Management, Lynn Matthysse about a new product from Homesnap that allows agents to schedule home showings within the app without fear of a competitor getting access to the data.Links Mentioned:Homesnap ProHomesnap Pro+Homesnap Pro AdsShowingTimeCentralized Showing Service (CSS)Homesnap ShowingsAllTrails: Hike, Bike & RunWEMOGlass PhotoHiking ProjectSubpar Parks: America's Most Extraordinary National Parks and Their Least Impressed Visitors

The Product Podcast
Building B2B vs B2C Products by Spotify Sr PM

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 28:58


If you're curious about the differences between B2B and B2C Product Management, we've got you covered. Join us as we welcome today's guest, Spotify Senior Product Manager Aisha Ishak, for a deep dive into the different responsibilities, metrics, and skills required for these two types of Product Management. This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here

This or Something Better
Ep 55: Reimagining Menopause with Jill Angelo of Gennev

This or Something Better

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 43:34


Approximately 25 million women go through Menopause each year and yet women aren't prepared for it. They are embarrassed. They feel dismissed by their doctors, and they feel alone. As CEO and co-founder of Gennev, Jill Angelo is doing something about it. Gennev's goal is to empower women to take control of their health in the second half of life.    Gennev is fundamentally re-imagining the way women manage menopause with telehealth, products and community. They're changing the way women are supported in the workplace, and they;re influencing women's health and menopause research with the hopes of finding promising new solutions.   While this conversation is about menopause, it's also about identifying a hole in the marketplace and delivering a solution to truly serve and empower women, and that's innovation at its finest. So regardless of your gender or stage in life, this conversation is worth a listen.    About Jill Jill is the co-founder and CEO of Gennev whose mission is to empower every woman to take control of her life in menopause. Gennev is the first-ever telehealth provider and community for women in menopause. Jill has 20 years' experience in the tech industry, primarily at Microsoft in executive roles such as Chief of Staff to the CMO, Director of Global Media, and Product Management for Emerging Markets. Jill is also a member of the Board of Directors for Special Olympics of Washington. Named as one of Inc. Magazine's 2020 Top 100 Female Founders, Jill is a driving force for bringing effective health solutions to women in the most vibrant years of their lives.   Connect With Jill Website https://gennev.com Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mygennev/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/mygennev/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/company/gennev/ Twitter https://twitter.com/mygennev/ For employers https://gennev.com/workplace Email jill@gennev.com

Lessons In Product Management
Startup vs Enterprise - Lessons in Product Discovery featuring Taylor Heyman - PM @ Lendio

Lessons In Product Management

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 29:16


Welcome back to Lessons in Product Management. it is November 22nd, 2021, and today we are chatting with Taylor Heyman, Product Manager at Lendio. Yes, we are co-workers, but I learned a lot about Taylor and his career in product that I didn't know before this discussion. You see, Taylor's PM career started in startups but how he get his start might surprise you. Taylor's shares his unique experience running discovery in startups and what he learned from those experiences and how to balance the need for discovery with the need to deliver value, while keeping in mind the law of unintended consequences. For free product management resources and courses, exclusive content and AMAs, and a great community... join us at Path2Product --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/productmanagementlessons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/productmanagementlessons/support

This is Product Management
286 Converting Users into Champions is Product Management

This is Product Management

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 26:55


This episode features Chase Disher, Director of Product at Public.com. Learn more about Chase's work at Public.com — including how he goes about converting users to champions — on this episode of This Is Product Management. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, the research platform designed for products teams. Want to sign up for a free Feedback Loop account? Click this link and start testing today: https://go.feedbackloop.com/start-free-now-tipm  

The Product Podcast
Fireside Chat with Delibr Founder, Nils Janse

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 26:33


Not everyone can build a company from the ground up, let alone have it be successful. Nils Janse did it all as Founder of Delibr.  Join us today for an exclusive look into his exciting journey building an amazing product for Product Managers. This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here

Careers Unfiltered
A Glimpse into Product Management, with Sofia Saravia '16

Careers Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 23:33


Sofia Saravia is an Index Data Product Manager at Nasdaq working on identifying products that the company should build out. Sofia is an international student from Mexico who graduated from the University of Rochester with a B.A. in Financial Economics and a minor in mathematics in 2016. She shares how she pursued both her artistic and creative passions along with her love for economics while in college. Sofia shares how she discovered her passion in product management and what that she is responsible for. She also provides tips on how she took ownership of her internship at Nasdaq that eventually led to a full-time offer.

Music Tectonics
Fireside Chat with Tracy Chan, VP Head of Music at Twitch, and Dmitri Vietze

Music Tectonics

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 46:15


In this week's episode, listen to one of the highlights of the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference featuring a fireside chat with Tracy Chan. and Dmitri Vietze. Tracy Chan is the VP, Head of Music at Twitch, where his focus is on enabling creators to interact with their fans live and empowering those fans to directly support their favorite creators. Chan joins Twitch from Spotify where he was the Director of Product Management, primarily focused on leading product strategy and development for Creator platforms and developing analytics tools for artists and labels, including Spotify for Artists and Spotify Analytics. Chan's startup CrowdAlbum, a social, photo, and video aggregator that created a “visual history” of musical events from around the world, was acquired by Spotify in 2016. Prior to founding CrowdAlbum, Chan was a product manager at YouTube, where he designed and launched YouTube Insight, the company's flagship analytics platform for Creators. Tune in to hear Tracy's perspective on the current music tech landscape and his predications for the future.    The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. Visit MusicTectonics.com to learn more, and find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Let us know what you think!

Jakub Kubicka’s The Daily Marketer
#62: From Cotton-Field Tirebuster to Seasoned Marketplace GM, Ty Wolfe Jones, on The Tractor Keys To Supply-Side Success (Part 2)

Jakub Kubicka’s The Daily Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 38:48


Ty Wolfe Jones is a marketplace leader, guru, operator spending most of his career in the startup, tech industry. Ty comes from an entrepreneurial family, spending his childhood & teens in the cotton fields of Tulare (TO-LARRY), California, patching tires of 40 foot tall tractors, 2 miles deep in a field cresting @ sunset. Fast forward to "young, reckless cowboy Ty" and we find him operating in the enhanced drink industry, becoming 1 of the 1st founding members of Zipfizz, Cha Dao Tea, PHIX, and Nuun. After a stint here, he entered the world of startups and worked at well-known names like Tango Card, Uber, & Doordash.  A lover of the northwest, a fine scotch whisky & cigar, over the course of 10 years Ty's scaled early-stage marketplaces as "The Operations Guy", expanded into new markets @ Uber & Doordash, and forged teams, pioneered relationships, & pushed boundaries This conversation was a hoot, Ty is a truthsayer, direct as nails, and a fountain of marketplace stories, making him a delight as a partner on this turbine journey into marketplace pandemonium.  Did you know Ty has a personal cigar room? Think of a sauna, but just for smoking the Earth's most magnificent stogies This episode is particularly valuable for anyone who's an Operations Manager or works in any level of Support @ a marketplace or fledgling tech startup. Ty has the answers, if you have the questions! Please DIG IN! You can like & subscribe if you like to, but ultimately we'd PREFER to hear your thoughts: so tell us what you think of the episode & leave a review! You can also find show notes @ jakubkubicka.com/ty . Again https://jakubkubicka.com/ty    Without further ado, enjoy this colorful conversation with Ty Wolfe Jones!

How To Succeed In Product Management | Jeffrey Shulman, Red Russak & Soumeya Benghanem
26: The Relationship Between PMs and Sales and Marketing

How To Succeed In Product Management | Jeffrey Shulman, Red Russak & Soumeya Benghanem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 59:33


In this episode of the How to Succeed in Product Management Podcast, marketing professor Jeff Shulman and The Product Management Center advisory board members Red Russak and Soumeya Benghanem welcome Ted Dworkin (Sonos) to talk about strengthening the relationships between the PM and the sales and marketing team. PMs are dependent on the collection of data to be able to develop and improve a product, while sales and marketing has direct contact with customers and what they truly need. Therefore, the collaboration between these organizations is crucial to the overall success of any product or service.   Support for How to Succeed in Product Management is brought to you by Apptentive, which enables product managers to measure shifts in customer emotion and gather actionable feedback across the mobile customer journey. To learn more, go to Apptentive.com/UW.   What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 01:52 How product managers and executives interface with sales and marketing organizations within the company 04:56 Becoming part of the sale force and being customer centric 10:35 Embedding conversations into the product development process 15:32 Having an established sales motion 19:50 The difference between B2B and B2C 22:50 Balance between doing sales and product market fit 30:13 The responsibilities of a product marketing manager  34:32 PMs collaborating with the marketing counterparts 38:22 How often is the core team talking about customer data? 42:22 Accept and look at all internal data 47:54 Hire the people with the right skillset 51:31 Take full advantage of building relationships with marketing and sales 52:53 Continue conversations with sales people 55:37 Sales and product should be hanging out often

Jakub Kubicka’s The Daily Marketer
#61: Startup Historian & Marketplace Guru, Ty Wolfe Jones, on The Beating Ops Heart of Kickass Startups & The "Uber Everywhere" Mantra (Part 1)

Jakub Kubicka’s The Daily Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 32:15


Ty Wolfe Jones is a marketplace leader, guru, operator spending most of his career in the startup, tech industry. Ty comes from an entrepreneurial family, spending his childhood & teens in the cotton fields of Tulare (TO-LARRY), California, patching tires of 40 foot tall tractors, 2 miles deep in a field cresting @ sunset. Fast forward to "young, reckless cowboy Ty" and we find him operating in the enhanced drink industry, becoming 1 of the 1st founding members of Zipfizz, Cha Dao Tea, PHIX, and Nuun. After a stint here, he entered the world of startups and worked at well-known names like Tango Card, Uber, & Doordash.  A lover of the northwest, a fine scotch whisky & cigar, over the course of 10 years Ty's scaled early-stage marketplaces as "The Operations Guy", expanded into new markets @ Uber & Doordash, and forged teams, pioneered relationships, & pushed boundaries This conversation was a hoot, Ty is a truthsayer, direct as nails, and a fountain of marketplace stories, making him a delight as a partner on this turbine journey into marketplace pandemonium.  Did you know Ty has a personal cigar room? Think of a sauna, but just for smoking the Earth's most magnificent stogies This episode is particularly valuable for anyone who's an Operations Manager or works in any level of Support @ a marketplace or fledgling tech startup. Ty has the answers, if you have the questions! Please DIG IN! You can like & subscribe if you like to, but ultimately we'd PREFER to hear your thoughts: so tell us what you think of the episode & leave a review! You can also find show notes @ jakubkubicka.com/ty . Again https://jakubkubicka.com/ty  Without further ado, enjoy this colorful conversation with Ty Wolfe Jones!

The Product Podcast
Your First 90 Days: Listen, Learn & Act by Tumblr CPO

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 21:38


How do the best Product Leaders kick off their first days in a new role? There is so much that you can do to start reaching your goals from the very start. Lance Willett, CPO at Tumblr, is here to teach us how to get the ball rolling and really make an impact.This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here

Experiencing Data with Brian O'Neill
078 - From Data to Product: What is Data Product Management and Why Do We Need It with Eric Weber

Experiencing Data with Brian O'Neill

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 40:46


Eric Weber, Head of Data Product at Yelp, has spent his career developing a product-minded approach to producing data-driven solutions that actually deliver value. For Eric, developing a data product mindset is still quite new and today, we're digging into all things “data product management” and why thinking of data with a product mindset matters. In our conversation, Eric defines what data products are and explains the value that data product managers can bring to their companies. Eric's own ethos on centering on empathy, while equally balanced with technical credibility, is central to his perspectives on data product management. We also discussed how Eric is bringing all of this to hand at Yelp and the various ways they're tackling their customers' data product needs. In this episode, we also cover: What is a data product and why do we need data product management? (01:34) Why successful data product managers carry two important traits - empathy and technical credibility. (10:47) A discussion about the levels of problem-solving maturity, the challenge behind delivering solutions, and where product managers can be the most effective during the process. (16:54) A look at Yelp's customer research strategy and what they are focusing on to optimize the user experience. (21:28) How Yelp's product strategy is influenced by classes of problems – and Yelp's layers of experimentation. (27:38) Eric reflects on unlearning and talks about his newsletter, From Data to Product. (34:36) Quotes from Today's Episode “Data products bring companies a way to think about the long-term viability and sustainability of their data investments. [...] And part of that is creating things that are sustainable, that have a strategy, that have a customer in mind. And a lot of these things people do - maybe they don't call it out explicitly, but this is a packaging that I think focuses us in the right places rather than hoping for the best.”-  Eric Weber (@edweber1) (02:43) “My hypothesis right now is that by introducing [product management] as a role, you create a vision for our product that is not just tied to a person, it's not just tied to a moment in time of the company. It's something where you can actually have another product manager come in and understand where things are headed. I think that is really the key to seeing the 10 to 20-year sustainability, other than crossing your fingers and hoping that one person stays for a long time, which is kind of a tough bet in this environment.”- Eric Weber (@edweber1) (07:27) “My background is in design and one of the things that I have to work on a lot with my clients and with data scientists in particular, is getting out of the head of wanting to work on “the thing” and learning how to fall in love with the customer's problem and their need. And this whole idea of empathy, not being a squishy thing, but do you want your work to matter? Or, do you just write code or work on models all day long and you don't care if it ships and makes a difference? I think good product-minded people care a lot about that outcome. So, this output versus outcome thing is a mindset change that has to happen.”- Brian T. O'Neill (@rhythmspice) (10:56) “The question about whether you focus on internal development or external buying often goes back to, what is your business trying to do? And how much is this going to cost us over time? And it's fascinating because I want [anyone listening] to come across [the data product] field as an area in motion. It's probably going to look pretty different a year from now, which I find pretty awesome and fascinating myself.”- Eric Weber (@edweber1) (27:02) “If you don't have a deep understanding of what your customer is trying to do and are able to abstract it to some general class of problem, you're probably going to end up building a solution that's too narrow and not sustainable because it will solve something in the short term. But, what if you have to re-architect the whole thing? That's where it becomes really expensive and where having a product strategy pays off.”- Eric Weber (@edweber1) (31:28) “I've had to unlearn that idea that I need to create a definitive framework of what someone does. I just need to be able to put on different lenses. [For example] if I'm talking to design today, these are probably the things that they're going to be focused on and concerned about. If I'm talking to our executive team, this is probably how they're going to break this problem down and look at it. So, I think it's not necessarily dropping certain frameworks, it's being able to understand that some of them are useful in certain scenarios and they're not in others. And that ability is something that I think has created this chance for me to look at the data product from different spaces and think about why it might be valuable.”- Eric Weber (@edweber1) (35:54) Links Subscribe to “From Data to Product” on Substack LinkedIn Yelp

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking
189: Michael Sacca and Mike Belsito, Costumer Empathy: User persona or Jobs to be done?

The Strategy Skills Podcast: Management Consulting | Strategy, Operations & Implementation | Critical Thinking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 71:07


Welcome to Strategy Skills episode 189, an episode with Rocketship.FM hosts, Michael Sacca and Mike Belsito. Michael Sacca is the General Manager at Dribbble.com and co-founder of Rocketship.FM. He was the President at Crew, the freelance design and development marketplace, and former parent company of Unsplash, the popular stock photo website. At Crew he secured key partnerships with Squarespace and the BDC before leading the company through it's acquisition by Dribbble in 2017. His writing has been featured in the Harvard Business Review and his popular product management podcast has been written about in Inc, Forbes, The Huffington Post and Entrepreneur respectively.  Mike Belsito is the author of Startup Seed Funding for the Rest of Us and co-founder of Product Collective which organizes INDUSTRY: The Product Conference, one of the largest and top-rated product management conference series anywhere in the world. Mike has been named one of the Top 40 influencers in the field of Product Management on several occasions. Mike also serves as a Faculty member of Case Western Reserve University in the department of Design and Innovation, and is Co-Host of Rocketship.FM. Rocketship.FM is a podcast for entrepreneurs and is part of the Podglomerate network, a podcast company that produces and distributes exciting new shows. In this episode, Michael and Mike spoke about their career journey and how Rocketship.FM and Product Collective started. We will learn more about user personas and jobs to be done framework that most product people apply to better understand their users. Enjoying our podcast? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor
The Car Doctor - 11/13/21 - Information, Please

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 49:24


Ron starts this episode starts talking about how future changes in the automobile will change other industries : takes a call on a 90 Firebird that misses between 1700 and 2000 RPM : talks with Ben Johnson, Director of Product Management at Mitchell One on car repair information. Visit our website at https://www.cardoctorshow.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Security Architecture Podcast
MoneyBall(AppSec) - Season 03/05 - Episode #33

Security Architecture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 23:56


This Season is dedicated to Application security, our guests for the show are Dino Boukouris and Setu Kulkarni. They are joining us to talk about the Application Security market. To promote our work and support the podcast, please review us here https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/security-architecture-podcast-1313281 Season 3 KickOff episode with Tanya Janca Season 3 kickoff Episode - Application Security - Tanya Janca - YouTube About Dino: https://www.linkedin.com/in/konstantinosboukouris/ Dino Boukouris is a Founding & Managing Director at Momentum Cyber, the premier strategic advisor to the Cybersecurity industry. Dino has spent over 16 years in the technology industry with expertise in cybersecurity, finance, strategy, operations, and venture capital & private equity. Dino has been a speaker at Cybersecurity conferences across the country including the RSA Conference, Cybertech Tel Aviv, Structure Security, Global Cyberspace Coop Summit, IoT Security Panel, M&A East, as well as at numerous private events and corporate gatherings. Dino was also professional faculty at the University of California, Berkeley – Haas School of Business, where he taught a top ranked Venture Capital & Private Equity course for the MBA program. About Setu https://www.linkedin.com/in/setu-kulkarni-6552251/ Setu is a Corporate Strategy & Product Management executive with feet on the ground experience in NAM, Europe & APAC. Currently, he leads product management at Venafi, the leader in Machine Identity Management. At the time of this recording, Setu led product strategy at NTT Security. Prior to NTT Security, he established and led the corporate strategy & PM functions during critical growth years at WhiteHat Security, resulting in its acquisition by NTT Security. Earlier in his career, Setu led platform product strategy & management at TIBCO for Operation Intelligence, Cloud, SOA & BPM products. Setu is a company spokesperson, a speaker at industry & investor events, a podcast host and thought-leader in the Application Security space.

The Product Podcast
Why is Product-Led Growth So Hard by Heap EVP of Product

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 19:17


Growth impacts many areas of an organization. That's why it is so important that we get it right. Rachel Obstler, EVP of Product at Heap, is with us today to help you secure flourishing product-led growth and get everyone on your team on the same page and on the road to success. This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources her

Tech for Non-Techies
Break into tech: three examples of successful career transitions

Tech for Non-Techies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 16:50


The number of technology oriented jobs is predicted to rise to 190 million in 2025, according to Microsoft. But, if you're a non-techie, how do you get in on that? In this episode, you'll hear how three people transitioned into successful careers and tech, and learn how to apply their tactics to your career transformation. Learning notes from this episode: To succeed in tech as a non-techie, you need to learn core technology concepts and understand how they translate to business outcomes and user needs. You do not need to retrain as a coder. There are more ways to be part of the tech boom than you think. For example, if you're a marketing expert, you could run a marketing company, which only serves tech clients.  Transitions into tech often have an interim step, like volunteering for a start-up or helping a product team do user feedback. You can use this interim step to build your network, learn about new opportunities and add a tech position to your LinkedIn profile. Listen to learn how Oksana Stowe transitioned into venture capital; how Juliet Eysenck used her journalism experience to get into product management; how Vikas Singh used his obsession with running to launch  apps as a non-technical founder, and how Ronan Walsh combines marketing nous and tech knowledge to serve his SaaS clients. If you want to take your career transition into tech from aspiration to reality, apply for Sophia's How To Break Into A Career In Tech program. We will screen applications and if we believe our program can help you, you will get a link to a free consultation call with Sophia.  APPLY HERE   Listen here on Apple Podcasts.  Listen here on Spotify. Join the Tech for Non-Techies membership community. As a community member, you'll get: Monthly coaching with Sophia Matveeva Live masterclasses with global experts Supportive Online Community Library of masterclasses Exclusive Resources & Perks Learn more and sign up at https://www.techfornontechies.co/membership   Say hi to Sophia on Twitter. Following us on Facebook and Instagram will make you smarter.   

How To Succeed In Product Management | Jeffrey Shulman, Red Russak & Soumeya Benghanem
25: How to Create Organizational Change and Make It Effective

How To Succeed In Product Management | Jeffrey Shulman, Red Russak & Soumeya Benghanem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 59:43


In this episode of the How to Succeed in Product Management Podcast, marketing professor Jeff Shulman and The Product Management Center advisory board member Soumeya Benghanem welcome Tatyana Mamut (Pendo.io) and Nitin T Bhat (Smartsheet) to talk about initiating organizational change. The best way to create change is to work together and to be able to effectively do this, we all must learn how to lift each other up. Success is only possible when everyone on the team succeeds in their individual journey.   Support for How to Succeed in Product Management is brought to you by Apptentive, which enables product managers to measure shifts in customer emotion and gather actionable feedback across the mobile customer journey. To learn more, go to Apptentive.com/UW.   What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 03:29 Creating organizational change and effectiveness? 04:51 Cross group collaboration model makes a successful team 08:59 Allowing different behavior to be possible and rewarded 14:38 Getting bandwidth to create experiments and new ideas 20:21 Working together for a vision of the world 24:13 To initiate change, everyone in the team should lift each other up 26:10 The environment of psychological safety 31:16 Why do we celebrate failure? 36:16 Good product managers has great judgement 38:32 Building product sense and judgement 43:33 The ability to influence without authority 49:20 How to set up organizational interactions and collaborations? 54:47 The ability to disagree and debate is integral 55:14 Leaders also need positive feedback and validation

CiscoChat Podcast
Cisco Optics Podcast Episode 16. Silicon photonics explained, with Ron Horan. Part 2 of 5.

CiscoChat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 16:41


Silicon photonics was a buzzword in the optics research community for years before it finally became a reality. Cisco recognized it as not only a hot technology, but one that would deliver real value. Hence three key acquisitions in this space, including Luxtera which Cisco acquired in 2019. In Episode 16, we continue a conversation with Ron Horan, Senior Director of Product Management, who joined Cisco via the Luxtera acquisition. In this episode we get into silicon photonics, what it is and how it's revolutionizing optics. – Pat Chou, Cisco Optics Product Manager Ron attended The University of Texas at San Antonio for both his bachelor's and master's degrees. His Master's thesis topic entitled “Synthetic Vision Landing Aids System” was patented as the first GPS-based aircraft landing aid. From 1994 to 1999, while at Compaq, he earned 15 patent awards. In 2001, he joined Broadcom Corporation where he managed Field Applications Engineering for the Compute Segment team, ran Program Management in the Networking BU, and was a Sr. Director of Sales and Strategic Account Manager covering the Hewlett Packard worldwide account. In 2011 Ron moved to Luxtera where he worked as Vice President of Sales before moving into the role as Vice President of Marketing. Luxtera was eventually acquired by Cisco in 2019 where Ron now runs Product Management for the Cisco Client Optics Group. Related links Cisco Optics-to-Device Compatibility Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/ Cisco Optics-to-Optics Interoperability Matrix: https://tmgmatrix.cisco.com/iop Cisco Optics Product Information: https://copi.cisco.com/ Additional resources Cisco Optics Podcast: https://blogs.cisco.com/tag/ciscoopticspodcast Cisco Optics blogs: https://blogs.cisco.com/tag/ciscoopticsblog (subscribe at https://feedburner.google.com/fb/a/mailverify?uri=CiscoOpticsBlog ) Cisco Optics YouTube playlist: http://cs.co/9008BlQen Cisco Optics landing page: cisco.com/go/optics Timestamps 2:37 Silicon photonics 4:41 Humans vs. robots 7:01 DML lasers 9:02 Coupling light source 9:47 Grating coupler 10:37 DML vs continuous light source with Mach Zehnder interferometer modulator 14:03 Receiver side Music credits Sunny Morning by FSM Team | https://www.free-stock-music.com/artist.fsm-team.html Upbeat by Mixaund | https://mixaund.bandcamp.com

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising
Media Metaverse with Minsky - How Ampersand is Rising to the Media Metaverse Challenge with Kalyan Lanka

MediaVillage's Insider InSites podcast on Media, Marketing and Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 25:22


One of the drivers of media and advertising transformation is Kalyan Lanka, VP of Product Management at Ampersand. He joined me for my inaugural Media Metaverse video interview series and we invite you to join our conversation as we explore the role that Ampersand plays in the Media Metaverse. Data is the oil that powers the engine of the metaverse. Being able to allow marketers to take action on best-in-class deterministic, yet privacy-compliant data, accessible in a timely fashion and via a user friendly interface is one of the biggest challenges to overcome. Add to that the challenge of overcoming a perception of your business as a legacy, regional enterprise focused on linear television and you can begin to appreciate the great strides that Ampersand has achieved and how they are thriving as a national, addressable and data driven opportunity.

The Product Podcast
Creating an Inspiring Team Culture by fmr Disney VP of Product

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 23:24


Great teams are built upon great culture. If your team is happy, excited, and most of all fulfilled with their work, they will push out truly their best work. Kimberly Hicks, former Disney VP of Product, is with us today to share how she built up her team culture, what worked, and what didn't so that you can be inspired and make your own team culture better.This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources her

The Science of Change
How Does LinkedIn Get You a Job?

The Science of Change

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 44:17


What is the perfect job for you? In a world with thousands of companies and millions of job seekers, what's the most efficient way of finding your dream job? In this episode of Science of Change, Kristen talks to Ada Yu, Director of Product Management at LinkedIn, to understand how this platform helps people and companies find the perfect match while mitigating bias, helping seekers apply for the right openings, and making the hiring processes much easier for everyone. Job sites are marketplaces that are evolving, what might have worked yesterday to help you stand out may not do the trick next year. Jump into this conversation and learn from Ada the state-of-the-art strategies for hiring and what the difficult task of applying for a job and signing a contract will look like in the near future.  Jump straight into: (00:52) - Getting from search to hire: How LinkedIn helps job seekers and companies find the perfect match with present bias and stopping cues. (08:32) - Diversity, inclusion and equity: How LinkedIn nudges diverse applicants and recruiters towards job equity.  (13:51) - “Open for work” & “Easy Apply”: LinkedIn's response to the massive layout that hit during the COVID19 pandemic.   (17:45) - Cognitive overload and verified skills: Sorting applicants and job openings to showcase them in a digestible and truthful way. (24:51) - Applying, stretching and handling rejection: LinkedIn's strategies to increase your chance of getting a job that matches your skills.  (29:46) - Reshaping the workforce: Some changes we have seen in the professional world in the last years of online recruitment.   (34:14) - Dip a toe and step out!: Empowering seekers to identify companies committed to diversity and reaching out to new networks. (44:07) - The future of the job market: What is market signaling and what it's going to take to stand out in the future.  Episode resources Connect with Ada through https://www.linkedin.com/in/adayu/ (LinkedIn) http://www.linkedin.com (LinkedIn) Thank you for listening to Science of Change. Reach out to Kristen through https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristenberman/ (LinkedIn) and visit The Irrational Labs https://irrationallabs.com/ (website) for more information on behavioral science.  This show is presented by https://www.setsail.co/ (SetSail) and produced by Kristen Berman and https://www.studiopodsf.com/ (Studio Pod Media). The executive producer is Rachel Roberts. All episodes are written by Jack Bueher. Music and editing provided by https://nodalab.com/ (nodalab).

Nutanix Community Podcast
Cloud Innovations and Hybrid Multicloud

Nutanix Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 24:50


We continue our look back at our .NEXT user conference and Today we join Thomas Cornely, SVP Product Portfolio , as he addresses the vision of making cloud complexity invisible. Saveen Pakala, VP Product Management,, talks elastic disaster recovery and Finally Anindo Sengupta, Sr Director Product Management as he discusses the customers experience with the Unified Hybrid Multicloud. Watch on-demand .NEXT sessions: reg.rainfocus.com/flow/nutanix/next21/reg/login If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me on Twitter and if you haven't already done so, make sure you are subscribed to the show wherever you consume podcasts.

The Treasury Update Podcast
Cash Forecasting & Visibility Survey Results (GTreasury)

The Treasury Update Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 25:34


Host Craig Jeffery meets with Roger Comins, Vice President of Product Management at GTreasury, to discuss some key findings of the 2021 Cash Forecasting and Visibility Survey results. They talk on the top pain points for the modern treasury department, innovative technologies that help, and disruptions that add to the challenges. Learn what others in the treasury and finance industry are experiencing and doing to handle today's challenges.

The Everyday Innovator Podcast for Product Managers
358: Product management tips from a senior product manager – with Eleanor Hasler

The Everyday Innovator Podcast for Product Managers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 28:51


Advice for product managers on learning, moving into different industries, and becoming problem experts Today we are talking about lessons learned in product management. Lending her insights is Eleanor Hasler, Senior Product Manager at Impala, a travel company making it simple to sell hotel rooms. She has had a variety of product roles and has […]

This is Product Management
285 Working with Insights Teams is Product Management

This is Product Management

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 39:07


This episode features Liz Casals, VP of Consumer Insights at Lincoln Financial Group. Learn more about Liz's journey to infuse research and insights into an old-line, regulated company, as well as her views on agile research and what it takes to succeed in the research field. TIPM is produced by Feedback Loop, the online research platform designed for products teams. Want to sign up for a free Feedback Loop account? Click this link and start testing today: https://go.feedbackloop.com/start-free-now-tipm

Mind Your Money with MissBeHelpful
Financial Advice on Tik Tok with Poulomi Damany, GM of Assets & Tax at Credit Karma

Mind Your Money with MissBeHelpful

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 32:07


This week we hear from the awe-inspiring Poulomi Damany, who I first heard speak at a virtual event back in 2018 when she was the VP of Product Management at Credit Karma. Not only has she since moved to the role of General Manager of Assets and Tax at Credit Karma, (#levelup) but she has continued to be one of the leading women of color in tech that I admire!Prior to joining Credit Karma, Poulomi spent a year with the US Digital Service, the swat team that came in to rescue Healthcare.gov. She learned that bad technology was truly holding people back from getting the basic health services they needed and committed to being an agent for change in the private sector by leveraging technology to help improve people's lives.In the episode, Poulomi mentions this Qualtrics Study on behalf of Credit Karma with lots of data and insights into gen z and how they seek financial advice on social media: https://www.creditkarma.com/about/commentary/gen-z-turns-to-tiktok-and-instagram-for-financial-advice-and-actually-takes-it-study-findsCheck out the full playlist of podcast interviews on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBqtkN0VZ5hRYos5EHdGJfRDc5r9w6u_wLet's connect:FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/missbehelpful/INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/missbehelpful/BUSINESS INQUIRIES: Missbehelpful@gmail.com★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

bamboo & glass
153. 10 Ways to Influence Without Authority

bamboo & glass

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 21:06


Frustrated by unempathetic, forceful leadership around you? Looking for techniques to lead in a way that feels aligned with your values? Tune into 10 challenges Sophia has faced as a product manager, and techniques that have worked for her. Challenges include:3. You need a teammate's input on an idea, but their input constantly shifts. You're running out of time to make a decision. How do you uncover their true motivations, and predict what input they're going to land on?4. You've gathered all the inputs, and you've made a decision, but the approver disagrees. How do you drill down to diagnose the fundamental disconnect and get alignment there?6. Let's say you need the support of many partner teams. How do you rally others to evangelize your idea for you?7. You're working in an environment where many ideas are floating around,  direction seems to shift all the time, and decision making criteria are unclear. People hesitate to completely commit to your idea, because they're afraid other ideas are suddenly gonna become more urgent and important. How can you rally people behind your idea? 10. How can you start genuinely investing in relationships NOW, so that people are more likely to support you in the future? Recommended episodes:152. Exploring Spirituality & Storytelling133. Product Management: Earning Trust & Leveraging Influence Patterns 100. Evaluating PM Opportunities & Defining Global Fintech Trends: Catch up with Christina Gee 61. Creating Her Own Doors of Opportunities Within the Tech Industry ft. Christina Gee51. How Mixed Reality & Remote Assist Help Frontline Workers Follow bamboo & glass on:⟡ instagram: @bambooandglass⟡ links to various platforms: beacons.ai/bambooandglass⟡ website: www.bambooandglass.buzzsprout.com⟡ Da Eun: @daeunkm⟡ Sophia: @sophiasysun Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bambooandglass)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bambooandglass)

Jakub Kubicka’s The Daily Marketer
#58: Supply or Demand, What Comes 1st in a Marketplace? Ex-Nordstrom & Google Leader, Shauna Causey, on Cracking a Million Dollar Q (Part 2)

Jakub Kubicka’s The Daily Marketer

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 39:06


Shauna Causey is the founder and CEO of WEEKDAYS…the leading micro-schools marketplace with the largest network of teachers who meet 6-8 students in small learning programs in a neighborhood home or small classroom.  The early days of the company go back to Madrona Venture Labs when Shauna, who was a Partner, couldn't find a daycare or preschool nearby with an opening, so she decided to solve her own problem But before that, Shauna Causey won Business Journal's "40 under 40" award, and was honored as "Digital Media Leader of the Year" by PR News. Shauna has a long history of being an executive, advisor, partner at landmark brands like Nordstrom, Comcast, and Google. Later, she got deeply involved in startups @ Decide (acquired by Ebay) & Startup Weekend.  Over the course of 18 months, WEEKDAYS has grown to over 2,000 teachers in multiple major markets like Seattle, Denver, Los Angeles, & San Francisco, while developing programs across the rest of the country. We dive deep into micro-schools…the challenges of building a skilled-worker marketplace, "accelerated growth" during COVID-19, the "childcare desert", maturing a marketplace and ensuring "quality" over quantity. This episode is particularly valuable for anyone who wants to learn from an experienced marketer, launching a marketplace. specifically anyone who wants to learn the proven product & marketing details unfolding in a marketplace, "in the thick" of the early days. Please enjoy! You can like & subscribe if you like to, but ultimately we'd PREFER to hear your thoughts: so tell us what you think of the episode & leave a review! You can also find show notes @ https://jakubkubicka.com/shauna 

The Product Podcast
Panel Discussion: Increasing Team's Performance Through Leadership

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 41:33


You want your team to perform at their best and crush their goals. Our panel of guests is here today to help you do just that. Join Flavia Neves (Director of Product at Spotify), Alexa Maturana-Lowe (Director of Product at Fivetran), Shailesh Nalawadi (Head of Product at Sendbird), and Lauren Schuman (VP of Product Growth at MURAL) as they discuss what to do as a leader to help your team flourish. This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search, and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed-release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here

The Salesforce Admins Podcast
The Future of Permissions for Admins with Cheryl Feldman

The Salesforce Admins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 32:50


For this week's Salesforce Admins Podcast, we're catching up with Cheryl Feldman, Director of Product Management, Authorization Experience at Salesforce. She's focused on profiles, permission sets, and perm set groups. Cheryl is a former Salesforce MVP, now driving product innovation. Join us as we talk about Cheryl's career, her passions, and who her hero is. […] The post The Future of Permissions for Admins with Cheryl Feldman appeared first on Salesforce Admins.

Tech Talks in 20
S2 Ep. 6 Agents want growth opportunities – WEM can help

Tech Talks in 20

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 26:25


In the contact center, your agents are the key to delivering outstanding customer experiences. And knowing what your agents value most is the key to motivating and retaining your best performers. In this episode, hosts Michael Logan and Ginger Conlon discuss what high-performing agents value according to the Human Values Report, a global study of nearly 17,000 agents. Cam Smith, Vice President of Product Management for Workforce Engagement Management at Genesys, adds his insights on how CX leaders can align employee and organizational goals, foster a sense of belonging and purpose, and provide personalized development opportunities for every employee. With AI-powered workforce engagement tools, it's easier than ever.

Tech for Non-Techies
Why Uber competes with Tinder and with Chocolate

Tech for Non-Techies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 13:16


Consumer facing tech businesses like Uber aren't just competing with other firms that provide a similar service. They're competing with everything that vies for your attention. This is why B2C tech businesses tend to be more innovative, better at design thinking and take inspiration from a wider pool than their enterprise tech counterparts. Learning notes: The Attention Economy refers to products which compete for consumers' attention, which widens the competitive landscape exponentially. Uber isn't just competing with Lyft, or your feet. Going out competes with staying in, so sometimes you're choosing between an Uber to a party or Tindering at home. Smart B2B companies are taking inspiration from consumer innovation. The innovation team at Barclays asked if Domino's Pizza could track customer orders, why couldn't Barclays could keep borrowers up to date with the progress of their loans?   If you're working on a B2B business, learn from consumer companies. Study the UX design on Bumble. Learn about effective algorithms from TikTok, understand what product managers do at Facebook. Get the FREE GUIDE to how the most successful companies approach innovation (and how that applies to your business and life here: The Pragmatist's Guide To Innovation (in business & in life)   Join the Tech for Non-Techies membership community. As a community member, you'll get: Monthly coaching with Sophia Matveeva Live masterclasses with global experts Supportive Online Community Library of masterclasses Exclusive Resources & Perks Learn more and sign up at https://www.techfornontechies.co/membership   Say hi to Sophia on Twitter. Following us on Facebook and Instagram will make you smarter. 

How To Succeed In Product Management | Jeffrey Shulman, Red Russak & Soumeya Benghanem
24: How PMs Develop Skills and Earn Experiences in Startups

How To Succeed In Product Management | Jeffrey Shulman, Red Russak & Soumeya Benghanem

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 59:03


In this episode of the How to Succeed in Product Management Podcast, marketing professor Jeff Shulman and The Product Management Center advisory board member Red Russak and Soumeya Benghanem welcome Justin Kistner (Upfocus) and Rebekah Bastian (OwnTrail) to talk about product managers starting out in startup companies. Whether it's a small startup with five people or a bigger company with a lot of manpower, the roles product managers take depend on the scope of their responsibilities. What counts most is the experience they acquire and the skills they learn along the way.   Support for How to Succeed in Product Management is brought to you by Apptentive, which enables product managers to measure shifts in customer emotion and gather actionable feedback across the mobile customer journey. To learn more, go to Apptentive.com/UW.   What to Listen For: 00:00 Intro 08:05 Smaller companies tend to deal with the runway flexibility 11:17 A good PM is a way of problem solving 12:50 What makes it fun being a product manager? 15:14 Experience the job first before handing over the tasks to others 19:29 PM role templates are more established in bigger companies 21:15 When PMs forget how to take on higher roles 25:02 As your career grows, your scope grows  30:08 There's no single path to being a good PM 33:39 New PMs often work in smaller companies 36:16 Depending on startup, people will look for an experienced PM 40:27 Who makes the decision depends on the size of the company 45:22 You can learn skills and earn experience even if a startup fails 48:30 Global community outside of the US 52:33 Don't get disheartened, you'll figure it out 54:33 Your lived experiences is going to make you a good PM

Transit Unplugged
The three big transit trends, making kindness cool, and more APTA EXPO 2021 events

Transit Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 31:45


Welcome to season 5! Kicking off Season 5, Episode 1 we have a chat with Roger Helmy, Director of Product Management at Modaxo. Then Paul talks with regular contributor Mike Bismeyer about his Kindness is Cool campaign. We hear from Elea Carey on how to keep your messaging relevant and top of mind for riders. And finally, Paul and Tris talk about everything going on at APTA EXPO 2021. Paul will be at the Trapeze-Vontas booth (booth 353) talking with GMs Teresa Domingo and Peter Aczel from 11-12:30 on Monday. We'll be taping a live Transit Unplugged segment at the Tripspark booth (booth 769) at 1:30. Tuesday is the big day with the live CEO roundtable at 11:30 then Cocktails with Comfort at 3:00 where we celebrate 4 years of Transit Unplugged and show the Transit Unplugged TV teaser. You can learn more about what's on tap at APTA EXPO 2021 on the Trapeze-Vontas APTA EXPO 2021 event page.  Links mentioned in the post: Paul's post on steps to safety Pink Shirt Day If you have questions, feedback, or would like to be a guest on Transit Unplugged, email us any time at info@transitunplugged.com.  

The Northern Miner Podcast
Episode 263: The road to net zero, ft Corthay, Fellows, Mahoney, van Koppen and Huff

The Northern Miner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 50:55


This week's episode features the Decarbonization Panel from the Canadian Mining Journal's Re-imagine Mining Symposium, featuring Emily Thorn Corthay, Founder and CEO, Thorn and Associates; Mark Fellows, Co-founder, Director, Commercial, Skarn Associates; Luke Mahoney, Head of Technology and innovation, Vale; Maarten van Koppen, VP, Product Management, MacLean Engineering; and Brian Huff, VP of Product Technology BP BHEV, Sandvik. The panel discusses a wide variety of perspectives on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on a theoretical and a practical level. All this and more with host Adrian Pocobelli. Music Credits: “Rattlesnake Railroad”, “Big Western Sky”, “Western Adventure” and “Battle on the Western Frontier” by Brett Van Donsel (www.incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Product: All The Responsibility
97: Zombies and Product Management with Kurt Stangl

Product: All The Responsibility

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 22:57


In this Halloween-themed episode Kurt Stangl helps us understand how we can learn about lean software development from the zombie apocalypse-based video game "7 Days To Die."

The Product Podcast
Leading in Unprecedented Times by Uber Head of Product

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 20:45


Leadership is all about being able to stay strong and be there for your team, especially when times get tough. Today Divya Dalapathi,  Head of Product at Uber, is here with some real-world examples to help you use all of the challenges that come your way to be stronger and gain a real strategic edge.  This episode is brought to you by ThoughtSpot, the modern analytics cloud company helping you build your business on data with consumer-grade, search, and AI-driven analytics. Build stickier product experiences by embedding ThoughtSpot Everywhere's interactive analytics interface directly into your data app or product. No more delayed-release cycles or incremental UX improvements. Visit thoughtspot.com/everywhere to get started for free today.Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources here

CEO Podcasts: CEO Chat Podcast + I AM CEO Podcast Powered by Blue 16 Media & CBNation.co
IAM1177- Talent Acquisition Expert Helps Companies with Talent Evaluation

CEO Podcasts: CEO Chat Podcast + I AM CEO Podcast Powered by Blue 16 Media & CBNation.co

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 16:56


Michael Yinger has been in the talent acquisition space for almost 20 years, most recently as the Global Lead of Growth, Strategy and Product Management for PeopleScout. His previous experience in the space includes Aon RPO as Global Delivery Leader, Randstad Sourceright as VP of Implementation and Technology, and as an independent consultant specializing in process and implementation for multiple clients. A well tenured business executive, Mr. Yinger brings expertise in technology, business design, and strategy to The Sieve, as well as a passion to enhance the experience of all the participants in the recruitment process. He and his family live in Charlotte, NC, where they take time to enjoy the outdoors and regional entertainment, taking advantage of the mild climate. Website: https://resumesieve.com/   LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikeyinger/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/68024033/admin/

Nutanix Community Podcast
AOS 6.0 and HCI Innovations

Nutanix Community Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 24:19


Over the next few weeks will be looking back on our user conference .NEXT and share keynotes and panel discussions. On today's podcast we have Rajiv Mirani, Chief Technology Officer, Ketan Shah, VP Product Management and Luke Congdon, Sr Director Product Management, they discuss the new AOS 6 capabilities including updates on enterprise AHV. Watch on-demand .NEXT sessions: reg.rainfocus.com/flow/nutanix/next21/reg/login If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me on Twitter and if you haven't already done so, make sure you are subscribed to the show wherever you consume podcasts.

This is Product Marketing
Episode 18: Clement Kao - Finding Product/Market Fit for Your MVP

This is Product Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 33:34


In this episode, Clement Kao, founder of Product Teacher and co-founder of Product Manager HQ, discusses product strategy and product management. He also shares his advice on how to build an MVP, and how to find your product/market fit in different scenarios. Please check out article A Guide to Minimum Valuable Products for more in-depth tips.All rights reserved. © Product Marketing Hive.

Lessons In Product Management
A Growth PM's Perspective On Discovery w/ Austin Yang - Sr. Product Manager @ Landbot

Lessons In Product Management

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 24:49


On today's episode, we get to learn from Austin Yang, Sr. PM at Landbot. Austin shared his journey from SDR to Sr. PM, his perspective on discovery, and the differences he's seen in Discovery between being a Core PM vs a Growth PM. Join our Product Management community at Path2Product where you get access to free resources, courses, and exclusive content and AMAs. If you're an Aspiring PM, the courses will give you the hands on experience you need to land your first PM role. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/productmanagementlessons/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/productmanagementlessons/support

AWS Podcast
#481: [INTRODUCING] AWS Panorama

AWS Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 23:05


Are you interested in implementing computer vision for your existing cameras, but don't know where to start? Tune in to listen to Nicki Stone chat with Imran Moin, Head of Product Management for a new service called AWS Panorama. AWS Panorama is a machine learning appliance and software development kit that brings computer vision to on-premises IP cameras, all at the edge so you can make predictions locally with high accuracy and low latency. AWS Panorama – https://go.aws/3nJ8Umm Read the Blog –https://go.aws/314Yq9e What's New - https://go.aws/3nFs4cL Watch the Video - https://bit.ly/2ZA7JxO

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast
The 4 (+1) key skills for Product Owners with David Pereira | David Pereira

Scrum Master Toolbox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 29:38


We start this episode by discussing what are some of the key skills for Product Owners. David shares that - as the Head of Product Management - he tries to help his people with the following skills:  Value-driven mindset: solving problems instead of delivering solutions Communication: adapting to the different scenarios and knowing how to navigate common situations for software projects  Empathy: being able to put themselves in the users, as well as stakeholder, and development team's shoes Decision making: Sometimes we don't have data, but we can't stop making decisions or the team will be paralysed.  If you listen to the end of the episode, we share one more (BONUS! :) skill that David helps Product Owners with The process to help Product Owners develop these skills We discuss how David prepares and sets the process for helping his Product Managers develop those skills. As training is not necessary, and the PO's must continuously receive feedback from their manager as well as their peers and stakeholders.  In this segment, we also discuss how the Scrum Master can help the PO develop these skills by forming a partnership.  The biggest obstacle Product Owners face In his experience, David has seen that often Product Owners face a deluge of information, and huge backlogs, leading to a feeling of overwhelm and powerlessness. This feeling of overwhelm may lead Product Owners to be scared of taking action, or making decisions. Later on in this episode, David shares a tool we can use to reduce overwhelm for Product Owners. The first skill to develop for Product Owners Even if there are several skills that Product Owners need to develop, there's always one to start with. When asked, David shares that he helps his Product Owners focus on the Value-driven Mindset skill at first. He uses a metaphor for help the Product Owners: the patient-doctor. He suggests that Product Owners are doctors, and must seek the root of the pain for the users, instead of just trying to deliver what they ask for. No responsible doctor would just give drugs to their patients without understanding what they suffer from. David suggests that Product Owners should take the same stance, and seek for the root cause of the pain being shared. How to reduce overwhelm for Product Owners When Product Owners start with a new team, and suddenly get overwhelmed by the very large backlogs that have been collected, they may be tempted to start working through the whole backlog, leading to an even stronger feeling of overwhelm. That's not David's approach. He suggests a different approach and describes how he has applied it in the past, to remove the feeling of overwhelm as a Product Owner. Resources for Scrum Masters working with Product Owners David suggests 3 different resources to accommodate the different learning styles out there. He suggests A blog on Medium called Serious Scrum A podcast by Melissa Perry called “Product Thinking”  A book by Marty Cagan: Inspired About David Pereira  David is a passionate Product Leader who loves leading teams in building solutions that challenge the status quo. He is currently the Head of Product Management at Virutal Identity in Munich. He's also written a free ebook on the top 7 mistakes of a product owner which you can get at https://bit.ly/po7mistakes You can follow and connect with David Pereira on LinkedIn, or read David Pereira on Medium.

This is Product Management
284 Consumer Feedback is Product Management

This is Product Management

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 35:03


This episode of TIPM features Dave Carruthers, CEO and founder of Voxpopme, a video survey, and feedback company. Learn more about Dave's insights on fomenting customer obsession throughout an organization, combining the trend of video with that of customer-centricity. Want to download a transcript of this episode? Please visit: https://tipm.feedbackloop.com/ Interested in becoming a Product Manager at Feedback Loop? Please visit: https://boards.greenhouse.io/feedbackloop/jobs/5602934002      

Packet Pushers - Heavy Networking
Heavy Networking 603: Network Apps For Smarter Network Ops With Nokia (Sponsored)

Packet Pushers - Heavy Networking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 44:17


What would you build if you could treat your network infrastructure programmatically? That's what we're going to consider in today's sponsored Heavy Networking episode with Nokia. Nokia's SR-Linux is infrastructure-as-code friendly, and their NetOps Development Kit allows you to think of the network as data models and build all kinds of useful tools. Our guest is Bruce Wallis, Senior Director of Product Management in Data Center Switching at Nokia. The post Heavy Networking 603: Network Apps For Smarter Network Ops With Nokia (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed
Heavy Networking 603: Network Apps For Smarter Network Ops With Nokia (Sponsored)

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 44:17


What would you build if you could treat your network infrastructure programmatically? That's what we're going to consider in today's sponsored Heavy Networking episode with Nokia. Nokia's SR-Linux is infrastructure-as-code friendly, and their NetOps Development Kit allows you to think of the network as data models and build all kinds of useful tools. Our guest is Bruce Wallis, Senior Director of Product Management in Data Center Switching at Nokia. The post Heavy Networking 603: Network Apps For Smarter Network Ops With Nokia (Sponsored) appeared first on Packet Pushers.